tv Good Morning Washington 430am ABC September 19, 2017 4:30am-5:00am EDT
with a consumer alert now... new details about that massive breach impacting the equifax credit monitoring company. authorities are investigating whether three top company officials violated insider trading laws. according to bloomberg- the probe deals with the officials selling off company stock before the massive cyber breach went public. equifax said they didn't know about the hack at the time. that hack - impacted more than 140 million americans. it's xx and we're just getting started. breaking overnight-- hurricane maria downgraded-- after making landfall just hours ago into the caribbean. our stormwatch weather team is tracking it's path, as the powerful storm heads towards puerto rico.
- jose brings us a breeze today; isolated showers east - dry & unseasonably warm through this weekend - fall arrives friday (4:02pm) - maria remains a major category 5 hurricane -- heading for puerto rico today: mix of clouds and sun. breezy. highs: 81-84 winds: n 5-15 mph tonight: partly cloudy. lows: 59-68 winds: n 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny and unseasonably warm. highs: 84-88 winds: nw 5-10 mph
to date with the latest hurricane updates around the clock at wjla.com. in the day ahead. an important day on capitol hill-- as top navy officials prepare to testify before congress. navy secretary richard spencer will appear before the senate armed services committee to discuss, among other things, recent navy incidents overseas. in the last 3 months, two navy ships have accidentally collided civilian vessels in separate incidents. in both incidents, navy sailors lost their lives.
also happening today ... president trump will deliver his first-ever speech to the united nations general assembly. monday-- the president attended a meeting of 120-countries focused on u-n reform. he also met with the leaders of france and israel one-on-one. white house officials say today's speech will focus largely on the threat from north korea... and president trump's problems with the iran nuclear deal. as a presidential candidate-- trump repeatedly critizised the united nations, saying bureaucracy and mismanagement have stopped it from achieving results the speech is set to begin at ten-30. you can watch it live here on a-b-c 7. back here in washington-- we are learning more about an ongoing investigation into the president's campaign. according to cnn-- government investigators wiretapped former trump campaign chairman paul manafort before and after last year's election. they reportedly received permission from the "foreign intelligence surveillance court." meanwhile-- "the new york times" reports that prosecutors working for special counsel robert mueller told manafort in july, that he should expect to be indicted! manafort is a central figure in multiple
russia's election interference. and as that news was spreading-- former presidential candidate hillary clinton made a comment monday that has people raising their eyebrows. apparently- she isn't ruling out questioning the legitimacy of last year's election. that is if russian interference is deeper than currently known. speaking of hillary clinton-- she was in town last night feilding questions on a lot of hot button issues. she discuessed the election, president trump, and the infamous pizza-gate' incident. tim barber was there, as clinton continued her book tour. "she is a woman. she ran for president. she lost and she is taking it like a champ." "i think there is hope for our country, which is something
and i sponsored is ad. they're studying for 21st century jobs. but ed gillespie supports donald trump's plan to take money out of virginia public schools and give it to private schools. as a washington dc lobbyist, ed gillespie worked for lenders trying to keep student loan rates high. and ed gillespie's plan to cut taxes for the wealthy could cut virginia school funding, too. ed doesn't stand for education. start the interview with a firm handshake. ay,no! don't do that! try head & shoulders instant relief. it cools on contact, and also keeps you 100% flake free. try head & shoulders instant relief. for cooling relief in a snap.
east - dry & unseasonably warm through this weekend - fall arrives friday (4:02pm) - maria remains a major category 5 hurricane -- heading for puerto rico today: mix of clouds and sun. breezy. highs: 81-84 winds: n 5-15 mph tonight: partly cloudy. lows: 59-68 winds: n 5-10 mph wednesday: mostly sunny and unseasonably warm. highs: 84-88 winds: nw 5-10 mph coming up-- a deadly bus crash
strong shaking. now to the war on terror.. newly released surveillance video shows one of the suspects in last week's subway attack in london. there are troubling new clues about his identity, and about the device used in the atttack. terry moran has more. racial tensions in st. louis, missouri are showing no
and night. during the day they've been mostly peaceful. at night, violence has erupted.. and property damage has been reported. police hope a surveillance photo will help them find the suspect in a bizarre attempted robbery in the san francisco area. the incident happened saturday on a bay area rapid transit train. julie dragler says someone handed her a note, claiming two guns were pointed at her. the note said, quote.. "if you want to live, hand back your wallet and phone now and do not turn around." dragler didn't comply.. instead she faked a seizure! after the suspect made a quick exit dragler told a transit police what had happened. police say it appears the suspect was working alone. they belie
were pointed at the victim was a bluff. dragler says she came up with the idea of faking a seizure from police dramas she'd seen on t-v. well, love it or hate it- it feels like everything is pumpkin spice right now. and turns out - it might be an addiction! an assistant professor of psychology says the taste and smell trigger a nostalgic emotional response in the brain. combine it with sugar... it's kind of addictive. actually.. most pumpkin spice flavors don't have any "pumpkin" in them.... they're mixtures of other spices. at xx time for weather. toss to eileen - jose brings us a breeze today; isolated showers east - dry & unseasonably warm through this weekend - fall arrives friday (4:02pm) - maria remains a major
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a tour bus slammed into a city bus yesterday morning, then crashed into a building. the driver of the tour bus was killed, along with two other people, including a pedestrian. 19 other people were injured, some critically. authorities say the driver was a former city transit driver who was fired in 20-15 for driving under the influence. the tour bus was operated by a company with multiple safety violations, including 10 for speeding. it's xx and xx degrees... working on?
ralpand i sponsoredralph northam, canthis adfor governor narrator: ed gillespie says dr. ralph northam doesn't show up? dr. ralph northam was an army doctor and a volunteer medical director at a children's hospice. he passed the virginia law requiring concussion standards for school sports. the smoking ban in restaurants. and dr. northam is working to connect veterans to good paying jobs in virginia. ed gillespie is a washington dc corporate lobbyist. he shows up for whoever pays him. tracking two hurricanes.